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Rollers want Mosha back love

Publishing Date : 02 December, 2019


Township Rollers’ former defender Mosha Gaolaolwe is said to be restless at his new South African based outfit TS Galaxy.

Township Rollers’ former defender Mosha Gaolaolwe is said to be restless at his new South African based outfit TS Galaxy. The sudden change of his mood is triggered by the consistent communication he kept with his former club even as the player was seen on the verge of his professional football breakthrough.

Some members within Rollers technical team are piling immense pressure on the back of the defender to dump TS Galaxy for an improved and new Rollers deal. It is said the player is even promised better offers in Europe. Interestingly, one member of the senior national team is the leader of these seemingly under hand dealings. Mosha signed a two year deal last transfer window and is yet to complete a season as a Galaxy player. It is not clear if the player will succumb to  Rollers’ promises, but what comes to the fore is that Mosha , nick named Fanta, has now been unsettled by the current developments.

TS Galaxy who are under the stewardship of Dan Masalesa as the head coach are yet to make an official communication, but sources say they have been rattled by the sudden unpredictability of the player. He was bought and purchased by Tim Sukazi the owner of Galaxy, with a determination of coloring and amplifying his football career. Sukazi is also a player intermediary recognized by FIFA, the world football governing body. Sukazi has also represented a number of players in the Premier Soccer League, including the likes of Brilliant Khuzwayo and Lebohang Maboe of Mamelodi Sundowns. Galaxy paid a combined amount of P60 000 for both Mosha and Gape Mohutsiwa to prize the players away. When moving to Galaxy, Mosha had six months left on his contract. The deal was that Rollers were to benefit 45% of sale should Galaxy sell Mosha to any other team.

It is why some Rollers members now out rightly deny any information linking the player back to them. According to them, the deal struck between both clubs was in the best interest of the player. “We cannot go to that extent, we want to see this player succeeding, why will we unsettle him?’’ one Rollers member rhetorically asked. Mosha formed a formidable partnership with Simisane Mathumo, especially at a time when Rollers was unstoppable under the brains of former coach Nikola Kavazovic. Both defenders would also turn into goal scorers when the chips were down.  But notably, Mosha’s versatility is the prime reason why Rollers will want back love. He plays as a central defender but can also be fielded as a central midfielder. 

Phempheretlhe Pheto who is the club spokesperson claimed unawareness when asked about Mosha’s issue.





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